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Eldorado Resorts will have to sell three Indiana casinos by the end of this year as it takes over Caesars Entertainment. [Read More]
The Trigg County Board of Education has approved an amended school calendar that now sets Aug. 26 as the first day of school for Trigg... [Read More]
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While the pandemic has halted traveling to body painting competitions, Brad De La Torre—an artist from Hopkinsville—and model Sarah Huddleston are still able to compete... [Read More]
Hopkinsville Mayor Wendell Lynch vetoed the Hopkinsville City Council's 6-5 vote that would have approved nonpartisan elections for city council and mayoral candidates. The council... [Read More]
It's a Mullet Showdown! Who has the best mullet in country music? Doug Douglason of Hot Country Knights will be the judge of that! 🤠... [Read More]
These Kentucky lotteries were drawn Friday:... [Read More]
Most laws passed during the Kentucky general assembly's 2020 meeting will go into effect on Wednesday, July 15. The legislature's short session may have Christian... [Read More]
The U.S. Supreme Court has set the stage for new battles about government funding for private religious schools. By ruling that state governments choosing to... [Read More]
In an effort to get ahead of the rising number of cases of coronavirus in Kentucky, Gov. Andy Beshear issued a statewide mask requirement Thursday... [Read More]
How do you protest safely during a pandemic? While there's no way to eliminate the danger, one of the obvious and universally recommended measures to... [Read More]
Boyd Hancock, 63, Hopkinsville, died at 5:29 p.m. Thursday, July 9, 2020 at his residence. [Read More]
Ricky Donell Brooks, 59, Elkton, died on Wednesday, July 8th at Jennie Stuart Health. [Read More]
Click here to view this image from www.kentuckynewera.com. [Read More]
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Albert Painter, 74, Lewisburg, died on Thursday, July 9, at his home. [Read More]
James Taylor Killebrew, 88, Hopkinsville, died on July 10, 2020, at Jennie Stuart Health. [Read More]
After Gov. Andy Beshear restored voting rights for former Kentucky felons, the League of Women Voters has begun creating an initiative to help ex-felons register... [Read More]
After a months-long community debate over whether the old Blanton-Crutcher Farm on Duncan Road should be rezoned from agricultural to industrial, historic preservationists and neighbors... [Read More]
While the Trigg County Fiscal Court met in person on Monday and approved expenditures, a sheriff tax settlement and a new Christian County Animal Shelter... [Read More]
At a recent Superintendents Advisory Council meeting, state superintendents asked what the procedure would be if a parent or guardian of a student refuses to... [Read More]
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